Kate Hudson, James Franco Film ‘Good People’ In London
Kate Hudson and James Franco were spotted on set of their new film Good People, which is currently shooting in East London, England.
In Good People, Hudson, 34, and Franco, 35, play an American couple living in London that finds themselves in a complicated situation when they discover a large sum of cash in their dead landlord’s apartment. As the plot goes, the pair becomes wanted by a thief (Javier Bardem) who’s willing to kill them to recoup his loot.
Hudson, who’s best known for her breakout role as the groupie Penny in Almost Famous and a seemingly never-ending number of romantic comedies, has been mixing up her roles a bit lately. Her last two projects were a recurring role on Glee as dance instructor Cassandra July and in indie drama film The Reluctant Fundamentalist, in which she played the girlfriend of a young Muslim man who suffers a crisis of identity after 9/11.
The Oscar-nominated actor, director, writer, producer, student, model, etc. that is Franco, was last seen on the big screen in Seth Rogen’s This Is the End, alongside Jonah Hill, Jay Baruchel, Danny McBride, Craig Robinson and Michael Cera. The ambitious thespian has a number of projects in various states of production, including pet project Child of God; Black Dog, Red Dog with Olivia Wilde and Chloe Sevigny and the animated film adaptation of classic children’s book The Little Prince.
The dramatic thriller Good People is expected to hit theaters sometime in 2014.
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